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Truck that ‘took out’ traffic signal sought(0)

January 22, 2015

Lubbock police are looking for a tractor-trailer that damaged a traffic signal earlier this month in West Lubbock. The white truck was hauling a large concrete pipe westbound in the 6800 block of 19th Street when the pipe took out the overhanging traffic signal, according to Lubbock police. Police urge anyone with information about the […]

Truck that ‘took out’ traffic signal sought

FISD siblings take first place in FMS and Bennett spelling bee

From Left to Right: Zoe Henry, Julia Ritchie, Alex Lopez and Chris Cashman.

Frenship Middle School Spelling Bee Results: First Place: Alex Lopez Second Place: Zoe Henry Third Place: Chris Cashman Fourth Place: Julia Ritchie Winning word – Outrageous   Bennett Elementary School Spelling Bee Results: First Place: Emma Lopez Second Place: Brayden Cortinaz Winning word – Bribery

Frenship boys defeat Coronado 58-50 at Coronado, Girls fall in overtime 58-54 to the Lady Mustangs.

Boys: FRENSHIP 58, CORONADO 50 Frenship 11 16 14 17 — 58 Coronado 16 3 7 24 — 50 Individual scorers: Frenship,Houghton 20, Parrott 19, Casey 10, Stewart 7, Armstrong 3. Coronado, Giddens 24, James 6, Stepp 5, Jarrett Culver 4, Hall 4, David Patton 4, Sifrit 2, Hayes 1 Records: Frenship 19-7 (1-0), Coronado […]

Wolfforth to host NSCAA Special Topics Course

Frenship boys soccer

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) will be holding a Special Topics Diploma course: Coaching Methodologies in Wolfforth, TX. Location: Frenship Turf Room/Fieldhouse, 902 N Dowden Rd., Wolfforth, TX 79382 Course Date & Time: Saturday, January 24 from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Special Topics “Coaching Methodologies” Diploma: $80 Description: The NSCAA Academy conducts […]

Rotary Club of Lubbock and Frenship ISD provide food for those in need over the holidays.

The Rotary Club of Lubbock and the Frenship Independent School District teamed up several years ago to provide kids who didn’t have any food to take home on the weekend with backpacks filled with food supplies to last a few days. The initiate has grown over the last three years and the Rotary Club and Frenship ISD are helping kids […]

Could a weight-sensor be added to cars with carseats?

Thinking on kids left in cars during the summer months, I had a question. My husband’s small pickup truck has a weight-activated sensor in the passenger seat to keep an airbag from popping out on a child under 50 pounds. And we all know there are sensors in cars that beep like crazy if someone […]

Workers continue refurbishment of Wolfforth water towers

A Wolfforth water tower is covered in a shroud as workers attempt to remove lead paint.

Check out this picture submitted by Wolfforth City Manager Darrell Newsom: Workers have covered the water tower behind the Wolfforth Training Center at Fifth Street and Cedar Avenue. The tower is covered so lead paint doesn’t go flying all over as it is removed. Unfortunately, the shroud can only be up and thus the work […]

Reese graduation is always inspiring

Except for ‘Pomp and Circumstance’ loops bringing back memories of playing it until my lips bled at New Mexico State University, I really enjoy covering graduations. I enjoy graduations of Reese Education Center students because some of them have really had to overcome and work hard to get there. I have a feeling that a […]


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